Detroit Police, Detroit, Drug Bust, Heroin Detroit Police Execute Two Major Drug Busts In Back-To-Back Days – CBS Detroit

DETROIT (WWJ) — The Detroit Police Department are hailing two major drug busts this week where they took more than $500,000 worth of heroin off the streets.

In the first bust on Monday, a 33-year-old man was arrested during a raid on a home in the 2000 block of Monterey Street. In addition to the heroin, police were able to recover almost 200 grams of cocaine and marijuana.

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The second raid took place on Tuesday in the 9000 block of East Warren Avenue. The Detroit Police Department’s Major Violators Unit executed a search warrant on the home and a 32-year-old man was arrested. Authorities say they confiscated $82,800 worth of heroin during the bust.

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Police announced they also confiscated five guns between the two raids.

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